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to kill law enforcement officers and acts of terror. >> reporter: a local police officer charged with trying to murder a machine that -- man that he was arrested. prosecutors allege that in september he arrested a man on suspicion of stealing a motorcycle. the man got away and ran down the street. the prosecutors say riley abused his authority and shot the man in the back. dudes in heels, stick around. i'm an investigative report in the heart of the restaurant district, with a closure for rodents and roaches. >>> grab a jacket. a couple sprinkles are possible. 30s and 40s until you get to 9:00. we'll come back and tell you if we'll finish with the sunshine and make changes on the weekend forecast. . >>> . >>> a trendy bistro, one part mouse, one part roach. >> in silver spring, he has your food alert. >> you are about to see a popular chef get very angry, then very candid about cleaning up, but first, at hunan palace in gaithersburg, we tried to look around, but workers asked us to leave. they saw roaches dead and a life and in containers. health agents reported roaches and this
of the law enforcement officers. a stafford county deputy lived at this house but moved out a year and a half ago. >> reporter: no one was hurt in the attacks. they're not giving a theory as to why the homes were targeted. all they say is they're related and no one has been arrested. in northern virginia, ken molestina, 9 news. >>> a week from today is election day 2012. but super storm sandy forced both presidential candidates off the campaign trail this week. president obama visiting red cross headquarters in d.c. this afternoon and talking about the response tots big storm. >> my message to the federal government, no bureaucracy, no red tape, get resources where they're needed as fast as possible, as hard as possible, and for the duration. >> working to put the recovery effort ahead of the impending election, the president cancelled tomorrow's campaign stop in ohio. instead he'll take a look at that storm damage and thank the first responders in new jersey. meantime republican challenger mitt romney was in ohio today collecting money and relief supplies for those storm victims. >> i apprec
victory for consumers tonight, especially marylanders facing another outige. the state changed the law so pepco can no longer charge for the time consumers are disconnected during a storm. it comes after a change of 9 wants to know investigation by russ ptacek. >> reporter: many of you were still disconnected when we uncovered it, a rule that allowed pepco and bge to charge customers for the time that they were disconnected and couldn't use electricity. when we contacted the public service commission, bge and pepco, they couldn't explain how the billing worked or even how much each consumer was expected to pay up to cover utility company losses because disconnected customers weren't able to use electricity. our story went national overnight, as did the outrage. the governor and montgomery county officials called on the public service commission to review the rule and today the board overturned it. for months we asked the board and pepco and bge to put a dollar amount of how much consumers were playing on average. no one ever could, although everyone put it under a dollar. pocket change th
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